Friday, October 13, 2006
Old World Wisconsin painting
This is another painting I did for the competition at Old World Wisconsin. This painting "On the Line" is 14 x 21. I received 3rd place with this painting. I was inspired to paint this because of the shadows and light. I added the chicken at the end. The lady is one of the costumed volunteers that works at the outdoor museum. Old World Wisconsin is a working museum. The structures were moved from various parts of our state to depict the lives of the earlier setters of Wisconsin. The volunteer staff are expected to dress as the settlers did and perform the daily living chores with the same equipment that was available in that time period.
This painting is also available as Giclee prints:
Print is professional, archival, museum quality on fine art watercolor paper and is not matted.
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Posted by Marilyn Fuerstenberg at 3:51 PM